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yoplait makes." and you were all, "yum!" and we're like, "is it just us, or has this been a really good conversation?" and you were like, "i would talk, but my mouth is full of yogurt." yoplait. it is so good! >>> this is wjz tv, baltimore. >> from the city to the counties to your neighborhood, now it's complete coverage. it's wjz, maryland's news station. >>> desperate plea. baltimore county woman on trial for ordering her husband's murder takes the stand in her own defense. >> the torturous abuse she says drove her to have him killed. >> hello, everyone. >> here's what people are talking about tonight. >> the woman accused of hiring a hitman to kill her husband says she had to or her husband would have killed her first. carla porter makes her unusual defense. >> have you ever seen him before? >> no. >> reporter: during her video taped police interrogation, she continually lied about her involvement at first blaming a robber. >> i just wanted someone to hit him for me. i didn't want any of this to happen. i didn't. >> what happened, carla? >> he was just being really mean. >> reporter:
strickland just caught that double over in point breeze. i'll call you later. look like you could use a few winks, walt. too many open jobs, lil. hoping you might be able to take one off my plate. heard one might be thawing out? auto mechanic named ed dubinski got popped in fishtown on his way back from the swiftmart. way back to where? working late in the garage. shooter took his wallet. robbery gone bad. what we thought. thing is, dubinski wasn't just any grease monkey. he won eight million in the lottery six months before. eight million? yeah. i asked the bank to keep ed's account open in case the doer tried to use the stolen atm card. how much was in the account? seven and change. seven mil? $7.39. dubinski went through it all. lost eight million dollars? yeah. turns out a lot of these lottery winners get in over their heads. one third of them go bankrupt in five yes. (whistles) ed was no different. something kicked up on the case? someone used dubinski's card yesterday at a sandwich shop in center city. atm camera working? there wasn't one. do attempted a withdrawal, checked his bank b
with the girls. i-i don't know where they went. mr. colter, you have no choice here. you have to let us handle this. everything's fine. just leave me alone. man: you can keep these pamphlets to read. and god bless you for talking to us. eames: colter won't play ball. he's scared. special services just got the paperwork from the d.a.'s. they're putting the taps on his phones. well, we're going to his bank. anything moves here, call us. done. if there's any unusual activity in mr. colter's account you'll be notified immediately. how much is in there? $22,000. what are all those over there? third-party checks he cashed at the bank. 17, 32, 57. $112,000, all in the last two weeks. what's this check here for $55,000? a cashier's check from midtown porsche. the other checks were payouts from brokerage firms. he sold his car. he sold stocks. looks like he knew he'd need the money. yeah. maybe the ransom isn't a ransom. man: he's the chief operating officer of this company. if he's in trouble, i need to know. could you close the door? did he mention any threats lately? no. you notice any change in moo
used to be the best stickup man in north philly. it's no joke. wasn't nothing i couldn't rob. let you in on a secret. it's not the gun. it's the attitude. i'd look in my victims' eyes. talk to 'em real quiet. remind 'em what's on the line if they play hero. they'd never have another christmas, never hear their wife laugh again. never hold their children. no probl after that. eh, that's not me anymore. been inside 12 years. sober every one of them. wasn't easy. a lot of time to worry on my mistakes. yeah. this kept me going. letter from my kid when he was five years old. caught the football for the first time. only i wasn't the one who threw it to him. all i could do, write him back. which i done, consistent. i haven't heard back in a while. don't blame him. kid's got a life. proud of that. (chuckles) i'm getting out today. going back to my son. got a job lined up. gonna do it right this time. god granted me a second chance. i'm taking it. (applause) ♪ ...i don't want to be your good time ♪ ♪ i don't want to be your fallback crutch anymore ♪ ♪'ll walk right out into a brand-n
? what you thinking? let's move! let's move! use the rope to get your partner over the wall. let's move! use the rope to get your partner over the wall, cadet. are you paying attention? are you thinking with your head? get your partner over the wall. here we go. move, cadet! move, cadet! there you go! there you go! watch her. that's how you do it! that's how you do it, cadet! there you go! yes! yes! that's about the fastest i've ever seen anyone figure that out. is this the first time she's ever done that? change the task every day. agent seaver. sir. you remember ssa rossi from the behavioral analysis unit? of course. it's been quite a long time. yes, sir. you weren't easy to find. you're supposed to be working the reception desk at the washington field office. i'm on my break. i was told that i could run the course in my free time if i wanted to. at ease. my concussion-- if this is how you want to spend your free time, you have at it. i'm gonna let the two of you talk. dave. yeah. thanks, bill. i know you're too busy to just visit. i want to show you something. because of my impressiv
was not certified to fly using only on board instruments. it does not appear the pilot got a weather briefing prior to takeoff. two of the victims were from eli cot city, the other from savage. >>> breaking apart and bursting into flames, a plane comes down, four people are dead and neighbors are shock. >> reporter: it fell from the sky and crashed foo two homes engulfing -- into two homes engulfing them into flames. >> we seen it hit the house. >> a whoosh of air come down, and then i felt the ground shake and i heard the explosion. >> boom boom, boom and i realized like a bomb. >> reporter: the pilot henningsgaard and his teenage son were touring east coast colleges, they were killed along with two children inside a home, ages 1 and 13. >> it's overwhelming to watch and still hit here to watch is overwhelming. >> reporter: neighbors say the family had just moved in and the single mother ran out screaming for help when it happened. >> we did take her to hospital to make sure she was okay. she is now with friends and family, out of east haven. she's doing as well as can be expect. >> reporter: the
? send a message. devil's guard letting us know, "we can get you any place, any time..." (luke's phone rings) it's brian. (phone rings) luke: (into phone) hey, brian. yeah, i know, i'm sorry, i just, i... i wanted to get the guy, but the cops showed up. no, no, no. i got outta there, made myself scarce. okay. yeah, you got it. walter's called an emergency meeting, right now, at the clubhouse. they want me there. parker: well, that's not happening, so relax. you know the dynamics, detective, what's your guess? they're gonna hit back. walter mchale was second in command. now he's the lead, and he is not one to back down from a fight. then we get ahead of it. we bust open their headquarters. kate: we don't have the evidence. these guys are pros. they don't store weapons on site, and they keep their noses clean. 8 months i've been all over them - not one single piece of actionable intel. send me back in. i mean, if we're gonna hit back, i can get a time and place; that's actionable, right? parker: detective, i don't... i don't wanna stop on your case here, but you can't be considering this
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this guy's dad who convinced me to join this new unit - the sru. wasn't easy - not for any of us. hundreds apply, few make it in. first you take a psych test, multiple choice - what kind of cop are you? what kind of human being? - 1600 questions. and you get through that, then it's fitness tests and drills. we specialize in marksmanship... (gunshots pop) bombs, tech, psychology, negotiations. every day, you push yourself to your limit... go! go! go! go! ed: physically, mentally... so that you can handle the job when the job gets tough. (gunshots pop) because the job does get tough. but you work hard, you do your best. you do what you think is right and you'll find peace in whatever you choose to do. (grunts of effort) aghhh! (exhales) woman: watch the corner. we're almost there. we are getting way too good at this. younger woman: seriously. oh my god. okay. woman: so i'll tell you what i'm thinking. after work, i'll buy a bottle of bubbly, bring it back here, and we'll crack it open and celebrate your show tonight. just the two of us. well, maybe not the first time. second maybe? i could s
it is collapsing beneath us. >> everyone got out safely, but some guests made it out with very little time to spare. >> one woman was sitting in the tub and the tub just leave stated and that's when she just grabbed a pair of shorts and came out with nothing. >> reporter: florida is prone to sinkholes because the ground is made up of limestone, which easily diswill solves in water -- dissolves in water. but most are small. the developer says there were no signs of any problems at the resort before sunday night. wjz eyewitness news. >> now, the developer says testing was done before the resort was built about 15 years ago and it showed the ground was stable. >>> a man flying out of bwi marshal airport is caught with a loaded gun and extra ammunition in his carry on. tsa officials spotted this 383caliber handgun along with a magazine carrying extra rounds. he was arrested and later released. >>> little italy fights back. one of baltimore's top dining destinations says resent crime is driving business away, so community leaders are taking neighborhood safety into their own hands. wjz is live in little
without parole. >>> the u.s. military the battling back again al qaeda threats in yemen. it's believed to be the fifth drone attack on terrorists in two weeks. it comes in response a failed plot to bomb oil pipelines in port cities. the u.s. intercepted talk about an attack by two al qaeda leaders. >>> a massive fire strands nearly a dozen marylanders on trips to africa. now they're looking into if the fire was an accident or something more. we have the fears for those stuck in the country tonight. >> reporter: that fire happened on the 15th anniversary of the bombing of the u.s. embassy in kenya. authorities say at this point they don't believe the fire was a terror attack. an inferno tears through the airport in kenya. passenger say the entire arrivals area was engulfed in 30 minutes. >> we saw people running out and fire brigades moving in. >> reporter: it took hours to control the raging fire. >> reporter: sue snyder has been glued to the coveragement her 22-year-old son is in kenya building a home for a family with habitat humanity. his group was on the beta to the airport when th
to figure that out. >> storm moving this afternoon, 3, 4, 5:00 p.m., it has been havier rains south of us. 80 degrees at the airport winds west, southwest, 5. dew points up there, humidity still high. holding steady, rising overnight tomorrow shower activity continues to move away just east of ocean city, a few batches of showers still in the southern bay prompted a flash flood warning for portions of st. maries and sections of charles county 2 to 3 inches of rain fell in a couple hours still running off and flooding in sussex county delaware 2 to 4 inches of rain knell some areas low -- rain fell in some areas. around baltimore it has cleared up. not far from oakton but the rest of the area a quiet night, nicer day tomorrow drier air finally moving in 64 oakland, 7 cumberland, 84 dc and 74 over in ocean city. temperatures upper 70s to 80 degrees warm and rather humid night that should begin to change tomorrow winds go back more to the west, northwest drier air, lower dew points should be in the 60s make it feel a lot more comfortable than it did past couple days. pressing through the reg
for him to be able to come pack to the u.s. because i believe that the truth will shine through. >> lon snowden plans to meet his son in moscow to talk about ways to fight the charges against him. he has been granted asylum in russia for one year. his father is not open to a plea deal. >> the only deal will be true justice. >> this morning on face the nation, maryland's representative dutch ruppersberger, the top democrat on the house intelligence committee had strong word about snowden. >> he turned his back on his country. he went to china and russia, that speaks for itself. >> reporter: snowden is accused of leaking classified information. his revelation sparked debate about u.s. surveillance practices. and president obama said he'll make practices more transparent and accountable. ruppersbergerer says those programs are needed. >> we need this program and the president understands that. >> did you feel the agency invaded anyone's privacy. >> absolutely not. >> reporter: lon snowden said much of what the president said is superficial. snowden's father says he has not spoken with his
the patient says about drug use when her mother's out of the room. no, never. nobody's here to bust you, iris. we just need to know if-- no, i already told you. i just take vitamin c sometimes. what exactly were you doing when you had your reaction? opening a birthday present. the magic 8 ball. the joke gift, not the cocaine. is that it? certain drugs could explain her reaction. what kind of drugs? what kind did you have in mind? iris has always been a moody girl. and now that she's a teenager, it's gotten worse. so for the past few months i've been... giving something to relax her. diazepam. i tell her it's vitamin c. being normal is very important to iris. she couldn't handle the thought of being on meds. anti-anxiety medications would explain it. if we keep her off, she'll be moody, but healthy. [vomiting] or it's something else. i need to ddx a patient with you. i thought you had a team for that. according to foreman, they're only for ddxing people who are still alive. you have a dead patient? bigotry is boring when we add modifiers. i don't see creed, color, pulse. foreman will find out
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